Dagenham dad banned from family home after assault

Naveed Ali pleaded guilty to assault by beating

Naveed Ali pleaded guilty to assault by beating - Credit: PA Archive/Press Association Ima

A dad-of-three has been ordered to stay away from his family home for more than three weeks after pulling his ex’s hair out and grabbing her arm.

Naveed Ali, 24, of Goring Gardens, Dagenham, pleaded guilty to assault by beating today, after an escalated argument at his home on August 8.

Barkingside Magistrates’ Court heard how Ali, who has three children with his ex-partner, had a previous caution of battery of her from December 2012.

Prosecuting, Anja Hohmeyer explained Ali had an argument with his ex-partner over and alleged affair, during which he grabbed her by the arm because she was shouting at him.

She added: “The complainant has long hair and he pulled some of it out and tore the top she was wearing, but he says that was not deliberate.


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Representing Ali, Garard Shaw said: “It was a domestic matter and there are a number of issues. You’ve heard about the caution.

“He and his partner have a turbulent relationship and lots of accusations are flying around.

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“He accepts he lost his temper and he shook her, which caused some of her hair to come out.

“She had a little scratch on her arm and that’s the extent of the assault.”

He added: “The complainant wishes for them to reconcile now and she has withdrawn the complaint anyway.

“They have three young children together.”

Chairman of the bench, Jane Gallogly, granted Ali bail subject to the condition he doesn’t visit the address where his partner and children live.

She added: “We’re going to ask the probation officer to prepare a report on you so we’re going to adjourn until October 6.

“Between now and then you must not go to Goring Gardens. If you fail to stick to that you can be brought back before the courts.”

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